All catalytic converters have an individual value and don’t let anyone else tell you otherwise! This is why we ask for the manufacturer part number to provide accurate quotes for catalytic converters. With the number of different makes and models out there it can be hard to identify the correct part number which is why we offer on-site grading services where one of our specialist team of graders will visit your site and assess your stock for a no obligation accurate valuation.
Once back at our facility your stock is processed in preparation for the precious metals to be extracted and once again be re-used in industry. We also constantly quality test the catalytic converters to ensure our pricing values are as accurate and competitive as possible.
You the supplier make all of this possible which is why Catcon UK focus on providing an excellent level of customer service, our main interest is to build long term business relationships putting the customer at the heart of what we do on a daily basis.
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Contact us today on 01405 949875 to book a grade for your stock of catalytic converter.
*Note all catalytic converter prices are calculated based on metal scrap prices from the LME
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Three fundamental factors determine the amount of platinum group metals
(pgm) used in the autocatalyst sector: vehicle production rates, fuel type,
and emissions legislation. Use of pgm by the automotive industry has steadily
increased as population growth and greater prosperity have raised demand
for new vehicles while at the same time legislation has set ever-tighter limits
on exhaust emissions. Generally, as emission controls become increasingly
strict, more pgm are needed per vehicle to lower the pollutant content of the
exhaust gas. Emissions standards are tightest in North America, Europe and
Japan, which are the most developed markets with the highest ownership of
vehicles per capita. These three regions, therefore, account for the majority
of autocatalyst pgm demand today, with the major emerging markets of
China, Brazil and India steadily increasing their global share. China is now
the world’s largest vehicle producing nation and although Chinese demand
for pgm in autocatalysts currently lags behind that of North America and
Europe, it will rise in importance in coming years due to continuing growth
in vehicle production in the country and increasingly tighter emissions limits